OXYCONTIN OP 80MG

OXYCONTIN OP 80MG

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OXYCONTIN OP 80MG

Oxycontin OP 80mg

Many commercial insurance policies cover Oxycontin OP 80mG, a prescription pain reliever. It is also available through patient assistance programs without a prescription. Patients with commercial insurance can also use co-pay cards to minimize their co-pays. However, insurance companies may demand patients to try alternative pain relievers before they can use oxycodone, a practice called as step therapy. They may also limit how long a patient can use the drug. Oxycontin 80 mg.

SIDE EFFECTS

OxyContin is a prescription pain medication. It is used to relieve pain, but there are some serious side effects associated with the medication. One of these is adrenal insufficiency, which can cause symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, anorexia, weakness, and dizziness. The medication can also affect fertility and the ability to conceive children. It is recommended that you seek medical advice before using this medication.

OxyContin was initially prescribed by doctors to patients recovering from abdominal and gynecological procedures. The first clinical study was designed by Purdue scientists, and funded by the company. The trial involved 90 women who were given a single dose of OxyContin. Other patients were given a placebo or short-acting painkillers. Interestingly, the patients who were given OxyContin were more likely to experience narcotic side effects than those who took a placebo. In fact, half of the patients took more OxyContin before the 12 hour mark.

PRECAUTIONS

There are important precautions when taking OXYCONTIN. This medication is habit-forming and can lead to overdose or death. It should be taken only as directed by your doctor. Do not share this medication with others. It may also increase the risk of overdose or poisoning.

OXYCONTIN is a Schedule II drug, which means that its potential for abuse is high. It can be abused in several ways, including crushed pills, snorted, or injected. All three methods are dangerous, and can lead to overdose and death. Injecting, however, poses the greatest risk.

DOSAGE

Oxycontin OP is available in a variety of strengths. Its active ingredient is oxycodone hydrochloride, and it is manufactured into extended-release tablets. These are bi-convex, green, film-coated tablets. It is supplied in opaque plastic bottles containing 100 tablets. It is also available in unit-dose packaging, which contains 10 individually-numbered tablets per card. The tablets are stored between 25 and 77 degrees Celsius.

The initial dose for opioid-naive patients is 10 mg administered every twelve hours. However, some patients may respond to a lower starting dose of 5 mg. In addition, a patient’s dosage should be titrated based on the new postoperative needs. A patient should not be started on a higher dose than they can tolerate as it may result in fatal respiratory depression.

STORAGE

When you have to stop taking Oxycontin, it is important to gradually taper your dose. Always follow your doctor’s instructions on tapering your dose, and store your medication at room temperature. Oxycodone should be stored at room temperature, away from moisture and heat. You should also track your unused medication carefully, as if discarded, it may cause toxicity.

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